Eastone Equities Launches 640-Unit Harrison Yards Development in New Jersey

Rendering of Harrison Yards - Eastone Equities

Private equity firm Eastone Equities has announced the launch of Harrison Yards, a sprawling, multi-phase development in the downtown neighborhood of Harrison, New Jersey. Described as a “transit-oriented” mixed-use project, Harrison Yards is located near the recently renovated Harrison PATH station and will deliver 640 apartments with amenity space, 16,000 square feet of retail, and over 600 parking spaces.

“We are very excited to announce a new residential destination in an incredible, vibrant neighborhood with great places to live, dine, play, and enjoy life,” said Eastone Equities director of investments, Haoran Hu. “It will help solidify Harrison Yards’ position as a prime residential community with condo-level finishes at a more affordable rental price point.”

Phase one of Harrison Yards is already 75 percent complete and is expected to open later this Spring. This portion of the development will include 205 apartments and over 8,000 square feet of retail. An amenity package will include a rooftop garden, fitness center, pet-friendly areas, and private parking.

The second phase, expected to break ground in Q1 2020, will deliver 435 apartments as well as an additional 8,000 square feet of retail. Anticipated completion is scheduled in the second quarter of 2022.

Rendering of Harrison Yards – Eastone Equities

Rendering of Harrison Yards – Eastone Equities

The Marketing Directors will exclusively operate the onsite leasing office for the first phase.

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3 Comments on "Eastone Equities Launches 640-Unit Harrison Yards Development in New Jersey"

  1. Please pardon me for using your space: I will to cast a horoscope on the project, people must like and enjoy their exciting. (Thank you)

  2. Why so much parking for a development that is suppose to take advantage of the Harrison PATH station?

    • Agree. Half that amount would make more sense. Hoping that they design the parking structure with flat plates and higher ceiling heights so that it can be converted to another use in the future.

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